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  • Wife’s passing puts Washington All State Soccer Teams lists on hold
    In late June high school soccer players, coaches and fans in Washington state look forward to hearing from the Washington State Soccer Coaches Association as they reveal the All State teams in boy’s soccer. This year that list has not been sent. Now we know why. Royal High School soccer coach Jens Jensen (Royal City, […]
  • River’s Edge Brewfest July 27 at Stocker Fields to support Snohomish Youth Soccer Club
    The River’s Edge Brewfest is a community event and fundraiser put on by the Snohomish Youth Soccer Club on July 27th from 1-9pm at Stocker Fields. This is a fun 21+ event for the parents. The River’s Edge Brewfest will have 25+ regional craft breweries, gourmet food trucks and live music and is $30 online, […]
  • Sound FC Launches Adult Futsal Leagues
    Sound FC is expanding our program offerings to include Futsal League play for Adults. The Sound FC Adult Futsal League (Ages 18+, but 16-17 year olds allowed with parent permission/signature) beginning in the Fall of 2019. The addition of the Adult League will provide the surrounding communities an opportunity to come together around the game! […]
  • Sounders Women once featured Lavelle, Morgan, Rapinoe and others
    Rose Lavelle. SEATTLE, WA. – (club release) The United States Women’s National Team completed an undefeated run through the 2019 World Cup to claim their second consecutive Championship thanks in part to Sounders Women alum Rose Lavelle. Lavelle scored the final goal of the tournament in the 69th minute to secure the U.S. 2-0 win over […]
  • Sequim FC finishes spring season in the sun | Sequim Gazette
    On the hottest day of the year so far, Sequim FC’s spring season came to a close with players unsure who exactly won the league title. Source: Sequim FC finishes spring season in the sun | Sequim Gazette
  • Late Fishlock Goal Spurs Reign FC to First Road Win
    Reign FC won its first match on the road on Sunday, stretching its unbeaten streak to six matches. Jess Fishlock scored her second goal in as many games, powering in a ball as Reign FC avenged it’s only loss of the season in a 1-0 win at SeatGeek Stadium in Bridgeview, Illinois. Source: Late Fishlock […]
  • Crossfire, Narrows a point apart at top of WWPL table
    XF Redmond and Tacoma Narrows FC both notched 1-0 wins through very different circumstances last weekend as the two sides battle for the top spot in the Western Washington Premier League. Source: Crossfire, Narrows a point apart at top of WWPL table
  • Week 7: Stars Remain Unbeaten, Capital Clinches Bye, Shakeup For 5th and 6th
    It was a big weekend for the league leaders with Capital FC Atletica facing both the Seattle Stars and Washington Premier, and it was also a big weekend for five teams chasing the final two playoff… Source: Week 7: Stars Remain Unbeaten, Capital Clinches Bye, Shakeup For 5th and 6th
  • WPSL Shadow sweep weekend with 13 goals
    (Shadow release) The Spokane Shadow Women’s First Team, the top female sports team in the community, posted a pair of one-sided results in the WPSL on the weekend against a pair of teams visiting from Oregon, downing Eugene Timbers Azul 5-1 on Saturday and rolling past Westside Timbers 8-0 Sunday in their Home Finale. Nine […]
  • Grays Harbor FC Looking to Continue Success in Second Half of Season – GraysHarborTalk
    Grays Harbor FC is in just its second season of existence, but the Gulls are already making plenty of noise in the Western Washington Premier League. Source: Grays Harbor FC Looking to Continue Success in Second Half of Season – GraysHarborTalk
  • Forget soccer IQ, North Thurston midfielder Harrison is gifted with soccer ESP
    North Thurston High School’s holding midfielder Jack Harrison has a knack for reading games almost sounds like extra sensory perception. It’s why he’s The Olympian high school soccer player of the year. Source: Forget soccer IQ, North Thurston midfielder Harrison is gifted with soccer ESP
  • On Football And Cascadian Cultural Identity – Howler Magazine
    The Pacific Northwest is a soccer mecca for many. It only makes sense for them to have their own national team. Source: On Football And Cascadian Cultural Identity – Howler Magazine
  • Husky Men’s Soccer Alumni Update
    The University of Washington has produced nearly 100 players who have appeared in 14 different leagues throughout the 57-year history of the program. Currently, 16 former Huskies are competing professionally in numerous leagues this summer. Here is a quick look at how each one is doing. Source: Husky Alumni Update
  • Artesians advance to Super Cup Final with 1-0 win over Grays Harbor Gulls
    OLYMPIA, WA— (Artesians release) Neil Boyal converted a penalty kick in the 69th minute and the Oly Town Artesians held off a furious attack by the Grays Harbor Gulls to take a 1-0 victory in the semifinals of the Washington State Super Cup on a windy Wednesday night at Black Hills High School. With the win, […]
  • Artesians host Gulls in Super Cup Semis Wednesday Night
    OLYMPIA, WA – (Artesians release) The Oly Town Artesians host their Southwest Washington rival Grays Harbor Gulls on Wednesday in the semifinals of the inaugural Washington State Super Cup. First kick is set for 7:30 PM at Black Hills High School. Tickets are just $5 at the gate and the first 20 paying fans will receive […]
  • Week 6: Home Teams Hold Strong
    It was some good home cooking in the Northwest Premier League as the hosts of the four games went 4-0-0 and outscored their opponents by a combined 17-0. Source: Week 6: Home Teams Hold Strong
  • Week 6: Bellingham Extends Conference Lead, WA Premier Blanks PacNW
    Three cross conference games went to Cascade Conference teams as Yakima, Oly Town and Bellingham each knocked off Rainier Conference opponents. Source: Week 6: Bellingham Extends Conference Lead, WA Premier Blanks PacNW
  • Steelheads, Nido Aguila Seattle draw 1-1 in big WWPL match
    SMOKEY POINT, WA— The Snohomish County FC Steelheads drew 1-1 with Nido Aguila Seattle on a sunny Fathers Day June 16 at Lakewood High School in Smokey Point. While the draw kept both clubs unbeaten in Western Washington Premier League play, it also made the paths of either side winning the league more challenging. Match […]
  • Shadow top Gunners in WPSL match
    SPOKANE,WA— (Shadow release) The Spokane Shadow Women moved to 3-1-0 on the season with three different players scoring on the afternoon as they downed visiting ISC Gunners 3-1 in WPSL NW Conference play. The Shadow controlled the contest from the outset, allowing few chances at goal and grabbed a two-goal lead midway through the half […]
  • Fishlock rescues a point for Reign FC
    Tacoma, WA (June 15, 2019) – (Reign FC release) A Jess Fishlock goal in the 77th minute earned Reign FC a point at home in a 1-1 draw against the Washington Spirit on Saturday night. The draw extended Reign FC’s unbeaten streak to five matches. “It was an interesting game,” Reign FC head coach Vlatko Andonovski […]
  • Meraz-Rodriguez Brothers Lead Artesians To 2-1 Win
    BREMERTON, WA—(Artesians release) Jesus Meraz-Rodriguez scored in the first half and his brother, Emilio Meraz-Rodriguez, scored the game winner in the second half to lead the Artesians to a 2-1 victory over the Oly-Pen Force at Gordon Field in Bremerton on Saturday afternoon. The win kept the Artesians in the playoff hunt in the Evergreen […]
  • Shadow end even with Crossfire in NPSL match
    SPOKANE, WA—(Shadow release)The Spokane Shadow took the lead twice Saturday at the Spokane Shadow Polo Grounds against NPSL NW Conference leader Crossfire Redmond, who tallied in the final minutes of each half to earn a 2-2 result. The draw was the first point against Crossfire in three meetings for Spokane this season, but disappointing for […]
  • The John F Kennedy Cup: The Legacy of an International Cup Competition on the West Coast, 1960 – 2018
    From a must-read piece by Josh Duder on Protagonist Soccer: “The 35th President of the United States, John F. Kennedy, was an avid sportsman; he played American Football and was a member of his high school swim team.” READ IT HERE: The John F Kennedy Cup: The Legacy of an International Cup Competition on the […]
  • EFC and Cascade FC hold Charity Match for Coach 
    On Sunday June 9th, a Charity Game was held to raise awareness to Testicular Cancer on behalf of the Director of Coaching at Cascade FC George Taylor. Source: EFC & Cascade FC Hold Charity Match for Coach | Eastside FC Premier Soccer, Preston WA

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